Trevor Williams, D.C.
Dr. Trevor Williams is originally from Lake Jackson, Texas. Throughout his life, chiropractic care has helped him and his family overcome sports related injuries and unwanted pain. Seeing the powerful benefits of conservative care, becoming a chiropractic physician was a natural choice. He attended Texas A&M University with an academic scholarship where he studied biomedical science and health, and rowed as a member of the Texas A&M crew team. Upon graduation from Texas A&M, he enrolled at Texas Chiropractic College in Houston, where he was an active member of the American Chiropractic Association Sports Council. During school, he was a teaching instructor in the anatomy lab, and went on to be awarded as the red badge teaching associate during preceptorship, an honor given to the most clinically skilled intern. He graduated with Cum Laude honors as third in his class from Texas Chiropractic College.
Dr. Williams has authored a randomized clinical trial regarding the effect of chiropractic adjustments on gait and human kinetics, that was later published in the respected Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. He has a keen interest in progressing chiropractic research and enjoys staying current on advancements across the field of health care.
He has been fortunate to treat many high school and collegiate athletes in both Texas and North Carolina. It was during his time treating these athletes that he became interested in further education of soft tissue injuries. Dr. Williams became a full body certified Active Release Technique practicioner and has since been able to quickly and permanently resolve many soft tissue injuries that result from overused muscles. He also holds advanced certification in treating nerve entrapments with long nerve entrapment active release technique, as only a few do in the state. He has been practicing with us in Cary since 2014.
Dr. Williams is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, North Carolina Chiropractic Association and the International College of Chiropractic Neurology. If you see him around town, he is most likely riding his mountain bike on the greenways and enjoying the outdoors with his wife Laura and two boys Miles and Max.